A reader is concerned that the younger generation is pushing the country to the brink of disaster. He must not remember the ’60s.
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This week: How to get the lowest possible credit score, home money pits, how to add hours to your week, whether college is still worth it and whether you should still own a Vanguard index fund.
Your credit score is bobbing and weaving. But why does it fluctuate when nothing in your financial life is changing? Should you care?
This week: instant voter registration, why you buy, why you don’t save, how to fail as an entrepreneur and how to make money through social media.
If your credit is so bad you can’t get even a secured credit card, here are the steps you can take to rebuild it.
This week: How much you’ll spend on back-to-school supplies, essential marriage paperwork, the Clinton and Trump tax plans, how bad credit can affect your pursuit of work, and famous people with infamous finances.
I’ve been offering money advice for more than 30 years. Here are the 10 most important things I’ve learned about making more money and being happier while you do it.